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tAGE EIGHT .
'V- THE PERQUIMANS- WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1937 '
' . a. tGueists Vi the Rutenburgs -, i ' Billy HardcastJe, student at Severn
' '-i. Jar.and Mrs! G. S. Bell, of Norfolk, School, in Maryland, spent the week
1 Vi", spent Wednesday here with Mr.', end, here with his parents, Mr. and
end Mrs. Simon Rutenburg.
r Sunday in Suffolk
A. Miss Mattie Gatling White spgnt
-Sunday in Suffolk, Va., with relatives.
. Visit Friend in Hospital
r Mr. and Mrs." T. E. Madrinf Mri.
fyyjgjyptrine, - Mrs. Archie Miller and
Clarence Madre visited Mrs. C. ' M.
Booth on Sunday. Mrs: Boothe isa
patient in Lee's Memorial Hospital,
in Norfolk, Va.
Week-end at Home
Henry Stokes, student at' Louis-
burg College, spent the week-end in
Hertford with his parents, Mr. and
-Mrs. H. 0. Stokes.
, "W. C. Gatling, of Suffolk, Va.,
apent Saturday here with his sister
Mrs. I. A.-White.
Week-end in Hertford ,
Mrs. John Lewis Perry, of Wind
sor, spent the week-end in Hertford
as the guest of her parents, Mr. and
jMrs. R, M. Riddick, Jr.
Sunday atf Colerain
'' Mr. and MrsI Louis Nachman and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Whedbee spent
Sunday afternoon at Colerain.
University Students Home
Guy Newby, Jesse Lee Harris and
his guest, David Stick, students at
the University of North Carolina
spent -the week-end in Hertford.
f' Leaves for Jackson
Miss Nell Hobbs has gone to Jack
son, here she has accepted a position
in a law office there.
Spend Week-end Here
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Barefoot and
children, of Greenville, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I. A,
Bill Jessup and Tim Brinn, students
at Duke University, Durham, spent
the week-end in Hertford.
' Here 'for Week-end
Dozier Sutton, - of Newport News,
Va-, spent the week-end here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sutton.
I Sunday Here
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Barrington
'and baby, from near Edenton, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Miss Harrell Week-end Guest
, Miss Joyce Harrell, a student at
E. C. T. C, Greenville, spent the
'week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Harrell.
i Clinton Morgan Here
t . Clinton Morgan, student at Duke
University, Durham, visited here at
the home of Mr. and ' Mrs. J. C.
Blanchard over the week-end.
Paul Tucker Home
Paul Tucker was brought to the
Tiome of his parents from Albemarle
Hospital, Elizabeth City, this week.
New Hampshire Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sykes, of New
Hampshire, are visiting here with
Mrs. Sykes' sister, Mrs. T. J. Nixon.
Week-end with Parents
. Miss Polly Stephens, student at
Elon College, spent the week-end
liere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C G. Stephens.
, Guests at the Dardens
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Darden and
Mr. and Mrs. Moore Williams . and
-son, Bob, of Drivers, Va., spent Sun
''av herfr with Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Week-end with Parents
if 1 he Holiday beacon ; ;
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tion and quality, work.
Mrs. WH. Hdrdcaetle."
Those attending the Hallowe'en
program at the, . Winf all ' School on
Tuesday evening were: Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Alexander and children. .Mrs.
John Symona Jack-and,.Waltey4
uiviw, jura. i. j. vvuitun anu. ouvie
Mae Wilson, Curtis and Calvin Wil
sort1, Mrs. C; P. Quincy' Janet and
Carey Quincy, Mrg John Asbell -and
children, Mrs. W. H." Elliott and
children, Mrs. Daisy ' Perry, Mrs.
Irma D'Orsay, ' Mrs. Lane and chil
dren, Mrs. J. P. Elliott and Minnie
Mrs. J. C. Wilson was shopping in
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy were
in Elizabeth City Monday.
Mrs. Roy Branch and little son
have - returned to their home in
Portsmouth, Va., after a visit with
Mrs. Griffin. . .
Mr. and Mrs. John AsbelL Mr. and
Mrs. 0. L. Doughty were in Hertford
Miss Waverly D'Orsay, . a student
at E. C. T. C, Greenville, spent the
week-end- .with . . her . mother, : Mrs.
IrmaD'Orsay. i , ,
Mrs. John Asbell had as her guests
Sunday her mother, Mrs. S: M. Wood
ley and her daughter, Winchester,
and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Woodley.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Leary, of Nor
folk, Va., Miss Dorothy Perry, of
New Hope, are spending a few days
with Miss Mattie Meade Alexander.
Miss Alcesta Whitehead spent
Friday in Elizabeth City.
Miss Susie Mae Wilson spent last
Thursday night with Miss -Louise
Wilson, at Durants 'Neck. -
Mrs. Tom Deal was a visitor in
Hertford Tuesday. ,-
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy and
Miss Janet Quincy were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander one
day recently. , v
Mrs. W. W.- Lewis, who has been
very ill, is now getting on nicely.
Mrs. Mollie Trueblood spent Wed
nesday in Elizabeth City.
Mrs. John Sym6ns was in Elizabeth
City on-business Friday.
Mrs. Elbert Jordan and daughter,
Katherine, and Mr. Byrum, of Suffolk,
Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wood
recently. .. k.;' w
AMr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood. attended
services' at e MeihwiieCharoh in
Hertford Sunday 'morning.
Mr. and Mn.,'&f.. Benton,' tMr.
and Mrs. W; M,,Matthews 'visited
Mr. and Mrs. y-Elbert Jordan, ; near
Suffolk, ya.'day'afteTrttoon .
Mrsi'JesseHarrell is5 now able' to
be out, after an illness of several
weeks. :4 : ;'
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Benton, of
Old Neck,' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Har
rell spent Sunday with' Mr. and "Mrs.
Matthew Reed at Weeksville.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Cartwright
visited Mr. and Mrs.ANed Matthews
at Old Neck, recently.
Mrs. Vernon WinsloW ; spent , the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs.' Frank
Winslow, at Beech Spring. -
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Sawyer and
daughter, Barbara Lee, of Old Neck,
were week-end . guests of Mr.: and
Mrs. D. M. Cartwright.
Mr. and Mrs.; Shelton Harrell ' at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Harrell's
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Fisher and son,
Bobbie, arid Mrs. Fisher's mother,
Mrs. M. I Tuttle, of Norfolk, Va.,
were recent guests at the home .of
Mr. and Mr3. J. T. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis. Cartwright
delightfully entertained a few : of
their relatives Sunday at a most de
licious dinner.The guests included;
and the gaiety? oiypufc.
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hair.dress must match the t
gaiety of the season. ;-( 1 1
; " - Visit our. beauty- parlor
! . . v ,J t 0 -, , tA y 1 r 1( f - ',v ,tj , -i j
" 'for serMce, prompt atten
Mr. -"and Mr7 Mason . Sawyer, and
daughter,.Bartara.ee ft? .OWeckjJ
i ... . : , 'm . . t a.
inr. ana airs, ueorre jure antj wv
children, Eleanor and . Curtis, . of
White Hat;. Mr. and Mrs,' Henry Cart-wright,-
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Cart
wright,', Mrs. ' Martha' , Cartwright,
Misses Blanche and , Maude Cart
wright, ImH He Cartwrighti, and Wil
liam 'iHenfjr Cartwright. . Guests in
the afternoon . included Mr. and Mrs.
Sam'Harreand family, frpnrCfcap
anoW M and Jta" ijftT H W,At:n '
ana missTxnmna uarreiU'--,;,
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Miss$ - Jfqhnni White ; and Onella
at a, Hallowe'en Party -on Saturday
night; at' iWhiteston,-. given' by, he
Young People's gmwiny. School ls
aridthersL. yt.-.the. community ' t
WinW6w and -MiL: jyh'fte' and. 'thai
were'.Vscorted across the road to an
oldvacant house where the festivities
took place. The guests' Wore masks.'
Ghosts,, witchescand goblins of every
description were, there.
The old house was fittingly decorat-,
ed and dimly lighted for the occasiooyj
A white rabbit sat at an old organ
playing a tune, as the guests arrived,
and an old witch ; rocked a cradled
doll baby, while a white-clad ghost
stood flashing a light beside a white,
make-believe coffin. -
An old fortune-teller came in later
and as she guessed the names of
those present they1 removed their
masks. - Refreshments were served
from a little red wagon pulled by a
white rabbit, while another rabbit
handed out apples.
Mrs. Clarence Miller, : who before
her recent marriage was Miss Annie
Wihna Curtis, was honoree at a de
lightful miscellaneous shower Satur
day evening when Mrs. J. W. Gatling,
of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. W. E. Cur
tis entertained at the home of Mrs.
Curtis at Bethel. The home was
beautifully decorated with fall flow
ers. In the dining room was a lovely
bride's cake on which were a mina
ture bride and groom.""
The hostesses served delicious ice
cream and cake, with mints as favors.
The honoree was presented with a
large number of useful and attractive
The guests included Mr. and Mrs.
F. T. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C.
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. E, T. Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. F, S. Long,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Curtis, Mr. and
Mrs, R. F. Standin, Mr-ft and -.- Mrs.
Freeman Umphlett, Mrr and 'Mrs.
Ellis Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Miller, Mesdames J. W. Gatlipg,
Edward Benton, Earl Russell, M.E.
Dail, Sallie Sutton, R. Ai- Perry, V.
H. Weston, Sidney Sutton, ' W. jt.
Curtis, S. E. Williams, W. H. Fleet
woodjiTenipie Tarkenton, J. T. Farm
er, J. C: Hobbs, E. L. Goodwin, JJ.
Phillips, Leroy ; Goodwin, Talmge
SUllings, W. P. Long, C E. White,
and Beulah Williams,' Misses Evelyn
Eure, Maude Miller, Nell Williams,
Inez Harris," EyelyV -Weston, Louise
Tarkenton, Thelma Dait Elizabeth
Goodwin;' Sadie JStantHn,! tlazel uau,
TlionVio RtuwlwiTi. Ah
i- Ruth' Eerxy Margaret stanam,
Sooolhcr' Pci;;r-Lc:3 Uibrcli :n
Ecnsr Dilian-fl Pbsuro To Criva
- With, its six cylinders giving overlapping power cad o ;
7 decreased intensity cf Individual power, impulses -,
motor in the new Row Cro "70" ran more e "Uyand ; v
' .;' with less vibrattqaCuci'.
,; piannng ana cauuvc:?
of & oprator-f-ccl r'
tmder wdnary c:--"-
; vou'll oet a hln drVi
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There are two Z'J'
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Barbara Anne Benton,. Pattie ' Non,'t944Mm
mmpa, ixnrene juarns, Alice .Brum
: U,.la Mn. , rtWAMiA W..fAn anil
. vtoi ito.., ...
Marjorie .Perry; Jesse Curtis,- tfraf-
ton'Ihillips, Douglas Parmer, Sidney
Tucker Sutton,' James Umphlett and
WEGoodwin. ,'.'; "'
I Mrs. Raymond '' Euro" "Mrs.' John
Hurdle,' Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Phillips,
Miss Genevieve Standing-Land W. H.
tTieetwood sent" jrifts. '- - - t - ' -
- Continued from '"-?e One)'
. V W , ' s w' -
convicted : n Re'co'rer'i'CoufJ :of
,The SeUcitor k"1" noli prosi
tpc??erf JTsiah. F"tt 'charged
with the, embezalfimenf o cow
wwch had been ".appealed nam Re
corder's CbUTtjharging failure to
have dogs vaocinated, was settled by
.jtlidrawa of Jhe appeil. before go
ing into court.
VOn Tuesday morning : Mrs; Nettie
Lee Spruill was granted a divorce
from William Edward Spruill.
' The ease of ; Hollowell Chevrolet
Company against Joseph Small was
continued until the January- Term.
- In the case of Minnie Felton and
others against Eley A. Felton, Ad
ministratrix, ;and others, judgment
was entered by the Court in favor of
the plaintiffs 'at-'the conclusion of the
introduction of a great deal of docu
mentary evidence, no witnesses being
examined. - -
The first trial by jury was had on
Tuesday afternoon,, when the case of
LeRoy Spruill against the Dime Line
Products- Company and . Thurman
Madrin, of Enfield, was- taken up.
This was a suit in which Spruill, a
colored youth of Hertford, who was
seriously injured in the summer of
1935 when the car he was. driving
was in collision with a truck and
trailer allegedly owned by the Dime
Line Products Company and driven
by the defendant Madrin, asked for
five thousand dollars damages. The
testimony of the prosecuting witness
disclosed that as a result of his in
juries he was confined to a hospital
for several months and that his left
arm was permanently injured. The
jury returned a verdict on Wednesday
morning awarding damages in the
sum of $1,9QO.OO.
On Wednesday morning a jury
trial between W. G. Wright and
Josiah Elliott, in which Mr, Wright
sued for the possesion of two mujes,
resulted in a verdict m favor. o Mr,
The case of James Johnson, color
ed, against. J. L. Harrell, J r and .
L. Harrell,. Sr;, gotunder, way on
Wednesday afternoon. .Jn. this' case
the plaintiff, through.: is attorneys,
McMullan and McMullan of Elizabeth
City-uc! for ten' thousand doirars
damaees as a result of injuries sus
tained by -Johnson when 'the' car he
was driving was in collision with a
pick-up truck allegedly driven by J.
L. Harrell, J$,; and owned by hie
iatner, J. i riarreu, or., insuve?u
her of 1936, .'-...
' On . Thursday morning, there, were
indications that: this trial - would last
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